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April 3, 2019 by Uvah on Uvah's Work Shop
Cruising on Wikipedia I came across the first portable computer aka a wannabe laptop, the Osborne 1. Its intial cost was US $1795.00 and it came with US $1500.00 in software. It ran the CP/M 2.2 Operating System, It had no onboard battery so you had to plug it in wherever you went. The display was a 5 inch screen and use of single sided, single density floppies x 4. 

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History[edit]The Osborne 1 was developed by Adam Osborne and designed by...
July 7, 2018 by Matchbook on Wallpapers!
I just figured I'd drop my Zedge account link here -- not to advertise the site, of course, but to share some of my work (photos and graphics) that I've been up to of late. For any of you android/ios, etc users -- it might be of some use.

Thanks for peeking and I hope something is of use to ya!

(Anyone here use Zedge, as well?)

With love,


November 24, 2017 by admiralWillyWilber on michaelwhittaker71
How do i combine stations to make more room on pandora.
December 2, 2016 by DrJBHL on drjbhl

Folks, may use the Android OS...especially for messaging. The app AirDroid has had 10-50 million installs not couting those done via the AirDroid website...and it's a very vulnerable app.

AirDroid was approached quietly and said they would fix it, but in its latest update, no fixes were present. 

"The security issues are mainly due to AirDroid using the same HTTP request to authorize the device and send usage statistics. The request is encrypted, but uses a hardcoded key...
November 28, 2014 by admiralWillyWilber on michaelwhittaker71
First I would like to point out that the user interface for windows eight was made for cell phones beca7se the screen is to small. It works really well for small screens. Now on a lab top or computer where screens are from 14" to30" why do I want huge icons. That is part of it why would I not want a start menu where I have a list of runnable programs. Don't get me wrong I like my program folder where I can go into it and do other things. Thus is why the desktop is superior. User accounts is ...
November 7, 2014 by DrJBHL on drjbhl


This device works through a Windows phone. It uses location and a network of info beacons in cities to determine location and routes to use in getting from one place to another.

The device was developed with the charity "Guide Dogs" and it's available in Britain only at this point.

Another interesting feature is that instead of using earbuds, it uses bone conduction through the jaw to relay information, thus not compromising the users ears to hear what's going o...
June 28, 2014 by DrJBHL on drjbhl

Verizon your provider? You can’t pay your bill? Not your fault.

Turns out Verizon is having major problems with its billing software. The Northeast, Midwest and Southern regional customers are hitting a wall when trying to pay their bills. Worse? No ETA for a fix.

Apparently this glitch isn’t affecting home phone systems or internet connection, but, if your bill is due right now, you could have problems.

Engadget is tracking the problem, but so far no news of a fix...
June 10, 2014 by DrJBHL on drjbhl

Good news for Android users – Piriform’s CCleaner, the old reliable file and registry cleaner/optimizer is now RTM and FREE in the Chrome Store.


More About CCleaner for Android

Optimize and Clean - browser history, application cache, download folders, clipboard, call logs and SMS messages Reclaim storage space - uninstall unwanted applications, streamline your device, free up memory System Monitor - keep track of your CPU, RAM, storage space and ba...
March 23, 2014 by RedneckDude on redneckdude
January 24, 2014 by RedneckDude on redneckdude
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Get it at iTunes.


December 18, 2013 by RedneckDude on redneckdude
Guys, I hope this isn't considered spam.  


I got a great half price deal on this and I love it, so I wanted to tell you guys, in case someone else wanted the discount.


It's a nice Bluetooth keyboard/stand for any tablet. I use it with my iPad and my Android. It's at less than half price from the MFG. and sells at Staples for double what I paid!


Listed at $129.99, I paid $39.99.  Staples dot com has it at $79.99.


November 30, 2013 by RedneckDude on redneckdude
Hey guys, I can't seem to find the thread on the new iOS game Stardock released.


Anyone care to point? 
October 31, 2013 by DrJBHL on drjbhl

I've written about Google Glass before...never figured California had the brains to enact a truly positive statute like this one.

Well, that lady just received a citation in part for distracted driving....

She might just beat it:

"California state law pertaining to the incident, V C Section 27602 Television, states that a person “shall not drive a motor vehicle if a television receiver, a video monitor, or a television or video screen, or any other similar means of v...
October 7, 2013 by RedneckDude on redneckdude
Anyone own a tablet?


I have a question.


Since most electronics today have lithium batteries, is it ok to leave a tablet plugged into the charger like you would a laptop?


Yrag once told me it was fine to leave my laptop plugged into the wall as much as I want.


I never unplug mine unless travelling.


Is the same ok for tablets?
September 23, 2013 by Daiwa on daiwa

I was contemplating a Surface Pro to replace my iPad1.  Not now.  Especially since its Citrix connectivity is severely constrained.

I'll go with iPad5 when it's out.